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Fusible UNIVERSEL 5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820Fusible UNIVERSEL 5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
      Fusible UNIVERSEL 5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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          Fusible UNIVERSEL 5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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          Fusible UNIVERSEL 7,5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820Fusible UNIVERSEL 7,5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
              Fusible UNIVERSEL 7,5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                  Fusible UNIVERSEL 7,5A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                  FUSIBLE Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820S A FICHE 10 AMP x100Fusible UNIVERSEL 10A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
                      Fusible UNIVERSEL 10A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                      FUSIBLE Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820S A FICHE 10 AMP x100Fusible UNIVERSEL 10A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
                          Fusible UNIVERSEL 10A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                          Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
                              Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                              Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
                                  Fusible UNIVERSEL 20A SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820
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                                  Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMPFusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMP
                                      Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMP
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                                      Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMPFusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMP
                                          Fusible UNIVERSEL SAE J 1284 / DIN 72581 - ISO 8820 30 AMP
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                                          Universal ATO fuse
                                          Fusible ATO

                                          ATO fuse

                                          Fuses are small devices that are designed to protect the electrical circuits of your vehicle or also your home. Fuses are available in several models and different types in the market. They are differentiated based on several factors such as size, caliber but also the type of blade. The most common fuses are standard, maxi and mini fuses. As for blades: ATO or ATC. Let's focus particularly on ATO fuses or precisely ATO blade fuses. What is it about ? How does it work ? What makes it different from other fuses? How to replace it? Here is a focus on ATO fuses.

                                          Definition and operation of a fuse

                                          A fuse is an element that can be found in homes and vehicles. It is above all a safety device which is, in electricity, used to protect any type of electrical circuit against overvoltages and overcurrents. These can themselves cause danger to you and those around you, whether you are in your vehicle or in your home.

                                          The fuse is therefore a very important and essential element for power supplies. They are precisely designed to detect a temperature beyond the norm. Thus, the conductive tab which is a component element of the fuse melts when it detects this temperature in your electrical circuit. The tab thus prevents current from circulating to prevent any damage from spreading. Note that without a fuse, it is entirely possible to face a fire or exposure of your electrical equipment. This is why the fuse is an essential element for electrical circuits and why every vehicle and home should have one.

                                          The different fuses are not all the same although they provide the same protective role. In fact, each fuse has different amperages also called “rating”. They are therefore applicable to different situations depending on their types. The same goes for their speed of action. Fuses do not act in the same way when they activate in the face of an overload. Others are slower and faster, some are timed or not and there are those that are even ultra fast. You must therefore know how to determine your needs and evaluate certain factors before choosing a fuse.

                                          ATO fuse: what is it?

                                          An ATO fuse or ATO blade fuse performs the same role as other types of fuses. It ensures the protection of electrical circuits by cutting the current when the temperature becomes too high at the circuit level. An ATO fuse therefore acts as a circuit breaker by melting to protect you first from imminent dangers that can occur at any time.

                                          An ATO fuse is a fuse that has an ATO blade. Note that this is an ordinary type of fuse but is distinguished by its blade. Among others, there are different fuse blades which are also known as standard: ATS, APR,   ATC and ATO. These types of blades were all developed 1976.

                                          ATO blade fuses are specifically manufactured by Littelfuse, a multinational company specializing in the manufacture of circuit protection products. They are mainly manufactured for low voltage uses in vehicles.

                                          An ATO fuse is therefore one of the ordinary fuses or “regular fuses” whose common size is 19.1 × 5.1 × 18.5 mm. It is also available in 14 colors. It is important to specify that the color codes for the fuses are linked to its amperage or its rating. For example, an ordinary red fuse corresponds to 10A, blue to 15A and so on.

                                          How to replace an ATO fuse?

                                          It is essential to know that before making a change, that is to say your fuse is broken or blown, you must have already tested it. Some fuses are transparent and therefore offer you external visibility to allow you to easily identify its condition. However, there are other types that do not give you this possibility and require a more thorough but simple test using a multimeter. The process is simple, if you just connect the red and black wires of the device together and check the result. You then just have to connect the red and black wires to the ends of the fuse in question. If the result is the same as before, your fuse is in good condition but if your device does not display anything, your fuse is blown.

                                          Moreover, to replace your ATO fuse if it is blown, You will already have to start by finding another spare part of the same caliber. It is essential to specify that when you replace a fuse, whether it is an ordinary or maxi or mini fuse, you must always replace it with a fuse of the same amperage, neither more nor less.

                                          Just like testing, changing a fuse is not complex. You can therefore do it yourself in your garage if you have enough knowledge of auto mechanics and follow the following very simple steps:

                                          •          Always start by turning off the engine of your vehicle because you will only be able to make the change 'once the engine is completely cold. By the way, also disconnect your vehicle's battery.
                                          •          Next find the location of your fuse box. If necessary, do not hesitate to consult your maintenance book to locate it more easily.
                                          •          Once you have access to your fuses after opening the case, gently remove the fuse using a pliers.
                                          •          Then take your replacement fuse and check that its amperage or rating is identical to the one that is blown or broken.
                                          •          Then very carefully insert your new fuse in the place where the old one was.
                                          •          Close your case and restart your vehicle, of course not forgetting to connect your battery.

                                          As you can notice, there is nothing complicated in the operation to change your faulty or blown fuse. However, for safety reasons, if you feel that the operation is not right for you, always consult a professional to have it done.

                                          Original ATO fuses on AutoTruck

                                          Find the best ATO fuses for your vehicle at AutoTruck. We are a specialist in the sale of spare parts for different types of vehicles. Do not hesitate to browse our ranges of ATO fuses which are available at any time on the site.

                                          We offer ATO fuses in different colors and therefore different amperages for your vehicle. You can choose from our genuine fuses,reliable and of very good quality to guarantee your safety.

                                          Do not hesitate to consult the site to learn more about our original products. And benefit from better on-site service if you need to ask more questions about our products.

                                          Ato Fuse

                                          Are you looking for an ATO fuse to replace yours? At AutoTruck42, we have parts for the electricity and electrical circuit of your truck. Specializing in the sale of spare parts for heavy goods vehicles, our selection of fuses is very wide including the different types and models possible.

                                          Fuses are important parts for the operation of the electrical circuits integrated into the systems of a car, whether it is a utility vehicle or a model in the heavy-duty category.

                                          Faced with the refinements of scientific research and the achievement of minimalism; ATO fuses are less and less preferred by manufacturers in favor of mini type fuses. However, this does not prevent older models from still having this type of fuse.

                                          Created in 1976, ATO fuses were standardized a few years later. They were also known as platelets, a name which still persists. So, ATO fuses are known in the dimension of 19*19*5 mm.

                                          The usefulness of a fuse comes down to a circuit breaker system. This protects the car from the risk of short circuit or even fire. It is therefore important to systematically check the ATO fuses. This verification is done by checking the tabs or using a multimeter.

                                          ATO fuses have a similar intensity to midi types. In fact, ATO fuses have a rating ranging from 3.5 A to 30 A.

                                          Among our selection of ATO fuses, you will surely find what you are satisfied with. AutoTruck42 ensures that the products have all the desired qualities to guarantee their proper use. Indeed, it is important to choose the right calibration when making your choice to avoid harmful consequences and create accidents. To do this, our experts can assist you.